Tuesday, November 06, 2001

City of Hamilton buys building from Corporex

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The city of Hamilton has acquired the Renaissance office building from Corporex Cos. for $18.3 million.

        City offices take up about two-thirds of the 120,000-square-foot building in downtown Hamilton.

        The purchase is part of a lawsuit settlement stemming from a dispute over rent. The city had been paying Corporex $1.5 million a year in rent.

        The seven-story structure sits next to a larger building also developed by Corporex.


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